nLIGHT (LASR) falls 1.14% for August 25

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nLIGHT Inc (NASDAQ: LASR) fell to $ 26.85 on Wednesday after losing $ 0.31 (1.14%) on a volume of 88,917 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 27.31 to a low of $ 26.54, while nLIGHT’s market cap is now $ 1,159,870,140.

About nLIGHT Inc

nLIGHT, Inc. is a leading provider of high power semiconductor and fiber lasers for industrial, microfabrication, aerospace and defense applications. His lasers are not only changing the way things are made, but also the things that can be made. nLIGHT is headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, and employs over 1,200 people with offices in the United States, China, Finland, Korea, and Italy.

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